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Simmons slugs Angels to 7-3 win over Red Sox
Andrelton Simmons [1] drove in three runs, including a go-ahead two-run homer, Albert Pujols [2] went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and the Los Angeles Angels rallied for a 7-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Sat
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Washington Wizards guard John Wall drives against the Boston Celtics' Isaiah Thomas.
CSN MID-ATLANTIC: Wizards' starting five tops Celtics'
Apparently, they're not impressed with the Celtics' addition of Gordon Hayward in Washington.  
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CSN BAY AREA: Giants make it official and bring back Pablo Sandoval
Pablo Sandoval will join Class-A San Jose immediately and move on to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday. The Red Sox will continue to pay him.  
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Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. robs the Los Angeles Angels' Yunel Escobar of extra bases with this catch in Anaheim.
Sale on the latest JBJ spectacular catch: 'What's wrong with that guy?'
Jackie Bradley Jr.'s stunning catches are becoming routine but that doesn't make them any less spectacular.  
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Sale blanks Angels for 6 innings in Red Sox 6-2 win
Chris Sale pitches six scoreless innings and the Red Sox ride a five-run first inning to a 6-2 victory over the Angels
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Flubbed popup opens floodgates, helps Blue Jays beat Red Sox, 8-6
Justin Smoak hits a pair of homers and Steve Pearce drives in two runs when Brock Holt loses his popup in the sun, as Toronto beats the Sox, 8-6.
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NBC SPORTS CALIFORNIA: Not many Giants eager for Sandoval reunion
News that the Giants are about to bring back Pablo Sandoval after his release by the Red Sox isn't being greeted with cheers by his soon-to-be new teammates.
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Pomeranz, Pedroia lead Red Sox past Blue Jays, 5-1
Dustin Pedroia drives in three, Drew Pomeranz pitches three-hit ball into the seventh inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-1
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Report: Sandoval to sign minor-league deal with Giants
Released by the Red Sox on Wednesday, Pablo Sandoval is poised to join the team the Red Sox signed him away from prior to the 2015 season
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VIDEO - Should the Red Sox pursue a trade for Manny Machado?
Evan Drellich, Trenni Kusnierek, Mike Giardi and Gary Tanguay debate if the Red Sox should empty the prospect cupboard to try and acquire Manny Machado from the Orioles
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Healthier Dustin Pedroia finds power stroke at the plate
Dustin Pedroia’s error-less streak is at 114 games entering Wednesday, but he might be even better at the plate right now.
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Will Dave Dombrowski and the Red Sox make a big trade?
Farrell unsure if Red Sox will make a trade
Less than 24 hours after the White Sox-Yankees blockbuster deal, manager John Farrell was unsure if the Red Sox have a trade up their sleeve.
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San Francisco Giants 3B Eduardo Nunez and New York Mets infielder Asdrubal Cabrera.
Reports: Giants' Nunez, Mets' Cabrera among Red Sox 3B trade targets
With Todd Frazier off the board, you can add a couple of new names to potential Red Sox third base trade targets.  
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Ramirez practicing what he preaches
Hanley Ramirez has been promising an offensive upswing now that his shoulders feel better, and -- as Tuesday's walkoff homer demonstrates -- he's following through.
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Drellich: Yanks' trade shows Red Sox' limitations
The Red Sox have often looked powerless at the plate. The Todd Frazier-to-the-Yankees deal exposes their lack of power in the trade market, too.
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Ramirez's 15th-inning home run lifts Red Sox over Blue Jays, 5-4
The Red Sox rally twice to tie, once in the 11th inning, before Hanley Ramirez's 15th-inning home run gives them the victory.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Yankees get Frazier. What's next for Red Sox?
The BST crew discusses the Yankees-White Sox trade and what it means for the Red Sox and the AL East
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Yankees acquire Frazier, Robertson from White Sox in seven-player trade
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman lands his man, and in turn, prevents the Red Sox from getting theirs.
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Blake Swihart trying other positions because of ankle
Once a highly valuable trade chip, Red Sox prospect Blake Swihart is now looking at an attempt to rebound at new positions.
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Dombrowski on trades: Third base 'obvious' area to upgrade
Before Tuesday, Dave Dombrowski had not publicly acknowledged that third base is a clear area where the Red Sox can upgrade via trade
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Red Sox call up Johnson to start vs. Jays tonight, send Travis, Scott down
Left-hander Brian Johnson will make his fifth major league start this season for the Red Sox tonight against the Blue Jays after he was recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket as part of a series of roster moves.
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Prado, reportedly a Sox trade target, placed on DL with knee sprain
Marlins third baseman Martin Prado suffers a sprained right knee, which may end whatever interest the Red Sox have in him.
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Drellich: Red Sox should get a trade done sooner rather than later
The time to get a deal done is now if the Red Sox want to make a splash before the trade deadline — if the price is palatable
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Pearce go-ahead single in eighth leads Jays over Sox, 4-3
Steve Pearce hit a solo homer, then added the go-ahead single in the eighth inning in Toronto's 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Monday night.
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Farrell open to changing Red Sox lineup; has already altered rotation
The top of the Red Sox order stays the same, but John Farrell says he's willing to shake up the lineup . . . as he has with the rotation.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez delivers against the Detroit Tigers.
Sox activate Rodriguez, option Lin, Maddox to Pawtucket
The Red Sox activate pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez from the 10-day disabled list and option third baseman Tzu-Wei Lin and pitcher Austin Maddox to Triple-A Pawtucket.
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He's once again a hard and fast Price . . . to great effectiveness
David Price is throwing more 'hard' pitches -- fastballs, sinkers, cutters -- than he has at any time since 2011. And it's working beautifully.
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Buckley: They're a runaway train
The Boston Herald's Steve Buckley says the Red Sox' starting-pitching depth will enable them to win the A.L. East 'by nine games.'
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Bradley's catch leads Sox to 3-0 win, doubleheader split
Jackie Bradley Jr. robs Aaron Judge of a home run with a leaping catch, helping the Red Sox to a 3-0 win over the Yanks and a doubleheader split.
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Baseball Show Podcast: Are Sox trading for Frazier?
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich discuss the rumors that the Boston Red Sox are close to acquiring Chicago White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier.
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What should the Sox give up for Frazier?
The guys on The Baseball Show talk about the reports that the Red Sox are close to acquiring Todd Frazier and what it may take to trade for the third baseman.
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Merloni: Sandoval contract worst in Sox history and it's not close
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, Jared Carrabis discuss the Red Sox designating Pablo Sandoval for assignment and how bad the contract was.
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Sox shut out in Game 1 of doubleheader, 3-0
The Red Sox dropped Game 1 of Sunday's doubleheader to the Yankees, 3-0.
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Brock Holt's versatility has him playing both in the infield and outfield for the Boston Red Sox.
Holt, activated, talked to Dale Earnhardt Jr. about long road to recovery
At least for a day, Brock Holt is back on the big league roster.
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Yankees top Red Sox 4-1 in 16th; Boston plays under protest
Didi Gregorius lined a go-ahead single in the 16th inning and the New York Yankees outlasted the Boston Red Sox, 4-1
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With Sox and Frazier, it's a matter of cost
The Red Sox like Todd Frazier, but they need to like the price of acquiring him more.
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Drellich: Sandoval, Sox figured out support system too late
Pablo Sandoval’s Red Sox career seems a case of too little too late.
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Ryan: Red Sox cutting Sandoval was 'inevitable and necessary'
Bob Ryan joins Marc Bertrand and Trenni Kusnierek to chat about the Boston Red Sox cutting Pablo Sandoval.
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What are the biggest blunders in Boston sports history?
Marc Bertrand and Bob Ryan rank their top 5 worst signings and trades in Boston sports history.
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Farrell: Red Sox were 'relentless until the final out'
Hear from Red Sox manager John Farrell after the Boston Red Sox walk-off win over the New York Yankees.
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Scott makes fixes while Chapman flounders in Red Sox walk-off win
It’s a weird time when Robby Scott looks better than Aroldis Chapman, but here we are.
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Chapman walks in winning run, Red Sox beat Yankees, 5-4
Aroldis Chapman walks in the winning run without recording an out in the ninth inning, handing the Red Sox a 5-4 win over the Yankees
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CSN Chicago: Why Todd Frazier is 'best option' for Red Sox
A baseball source tells Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago that he wouldn’t be surprised to see the Red Sox move quickly to fill its void at third.
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Dombrowski says trade for reliever not 'a glaring need' for Red Sox
The Red Sox bullpen has been one of the best in the majors this season, but some questions still remain.
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Red Sox 'not counting on Devers at this point'
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski seems to want to keep the Rafael Devers possibility on the back burner — at least publicly.
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Bertrand: Sandoval signing may go down as worst in history of sports
Trenni Kusnierek and Marc Bertrand talk about the Boston Red Sox designating Pablo Sandoval for assignment and how bad the free agent signing was.
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Boston Red Sox third basemen Tzu-Wei Lin (left) and Deven Marrero.
Drellich: Uncertainty at third base makes need for trade clear
If Dave Dombrowski isn’t sure that Tzu-Wei Lin and Deven Marrero are the answer for the Sox at third, then a deal is needed.
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New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda.
Yankees say Michael Pineda needs Tommy John surgery
The Yankees announce that Michael Pineda has a torn elbow ligament and will likely undergo Tommy John surgery. He’ll get a second opinion.  
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Pablo Sandoval's best games with the Red Sox
The Pablo Sandoval era is mercifully over in Boston.
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Source: Rafael Devers promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket
With Pablo Sandoval DFA’d and Jhonny Peralta released from Triple-A Pawtucket, top third-base prospect Rafael Devers has been promoted there.
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Red Sox designate Pablo Sandoval for assignment, release expected
The Red Sox have designated Pablo Sandoval for assignment, and his release is expected.
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Drellich: Sandoval holds most the power as decision looms
Unless the Red Sox put Pablo Sandoval back on the active major league roster, most of the power is his.
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Jhonny Peralta of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Red Sox release Jhonny Peralta from Pawtucket
The Jhonny Peralta Era ended before it even began for the Red Sox. The veteran infielder is released from Triple-A Pawtucket.   
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Kennedy: Decision on Sandoval coming ‘in the next day or so’
Red Sox team president Sam Kennedy said in an interview with WEEI that a decision on Pablo Sandoval’s future could come “in the next day or so.”
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Red Sox mid-season grades: Pitchers
Evan Drellich hands out his first-half grades for the Red Sox' pitchers. 
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Red Sox mid-season grades: Pitchers
Evan Drellich hands out his first-half grades for the Red Sox' pitchers.
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Jason Groome
Father of Red Sox prospect Jay Groome arrested on drug and weapons charges
The father of 2016 Red Sox top draft pick  Jason Groome faces drug and weapons charges in New Jersey.  
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Cubs acquire lefty Jose Quintana in trade with White Sox
The Chicago Cubs have acquired ace Jose Quintana from the White Sox in a major trade between crosstown rivals.
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Results from CSN's Sporty Awards
The Early Edition crew passed out The Sporty Awards on Wednesday. Check out the results here.
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Phillies reliever Pat Neshek quote.
Pat Neshek, possible Sox trade target: ‘Let's top it off with a World Series'
Phillies All-Star reliever Pat Neshek is a Red Sox trade target and a man who sounds like he wants to be in a pennant race.
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The most wonderful time of the year: The Sporty Awards
It's the day after the All-Star Game, and that means it's time to hand out "The Sporty Awards"! 
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Kimbrel's win puts Red Sox next to Yankees in All-Star spotlight
Craig Kimbrel took the win in the 2017 All-Star game, and took home a game ball to commemorate it.
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Cano 10th-inning homer gives AL 2-1 All-Star win
Robinson Cano [1] homered off Cubs closer Wade Davis [2] leading off the 10th inning and the American League beat the National League 2-1 Tuesday night in an All-Star Game. [1] http://stats.csnne.com/mlb/p
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Sale has 'a little more incentive' to continue dominating
Two scoreless innings in the All-Star Game fit the bill for the final act of Chris Sale’s first half.
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David Ortiz on Aaron Judge: 'This guy is not human'
This isn’t your typical Red Sox-Yankees love affair, if such a thing ever existed before.
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Derek Jeter and Michael Jordan are part of a group buying the Miami Marlins.
Report: Derek Jeter-Michael Jordan group closing in on purchasing Marlins
Derek Jeter and Michael Jordan are among the group of 15 investors who are close to buying the Miami Marlins, the New York Post reports. 
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Drew Pomeranz ()eft) and right-handed reliever Joe Kelly.
Red Sox 1st half awards/ 2nd half predictions
Evan Drellich and Trenni Kusnierek pick Sox' biggest surprise player for the first half and who will be the X-factor for the rest of the season.
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The allure of a 60-home run chase for Judge
A New York Yankee slugger making a march on 60 homers? That’s not something that should be taken lightly.
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All rise as Judge smashes his way to Home Run Derby title
Aaron Judge dominated the All-Star Home Run Derby in the same manner he has smashed his way through his rookie season.
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Drellich: Red Sox 100% have to get 3rd base help at deadline
Evan Drellich explains why he thinks there is no doubt that the Red Sox need to go out and get some help at 3rd base at the trade deadline.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale delivers against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Sale too unique for Kershaw to learn from
Clayton Kershaw typically likes to watch other lefties pitch to see what he can pick up. But Kershaw doesn't watch Chris Sale.
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Are Red Sox true World Series contenders?
Evan Drellich chats with Trenni Kusnierek and Gary Tangauy about the Red Sox World Series potential.
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Mookie Betts bats ninth for A.L. All-Stars
Why is Mookie Betts batting ninth for the American League Tuesday night in the All-Star Game? Ex-Red Sox bench coach Brad Mills has the answer.  
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As expected, Sale gets another All-Star start for A.L.
Red Sox lefty ace Chris Sale will start the All-Star Game for the second year in a row, the first pitcher to make consecutive starts two different teams. 
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Red Sox mid-season grades: Position players
Evan Drellich hands out his first-half grades for the Boston Red Sox' position players
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Red Sox mid-season grades: Position players
Evan Drellich hands out his first-half grades for the Boston Red Sox' position players
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Report: Red Sox interested in Marlins 3B Prado, RHP Phelps
The Red Sox are reportedly interested in acquiring Miami Marlins third baseman Martin Prado and reliever David Phelps.
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Sox drop final game of first half to Rays, 5-3
The Rays took three of the four from the Red Sox after beating Boston 5-3 on Sunday.
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Terry Francona out of hospital after heart procedure
Indians manager Terry Francona is resting at home following a heart procedure and four-day hospital stay.
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Cobb, Rays blank Porcello, Red Sox, 1-0
 Alex Cobb pitches two-hit ball into the eighth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays beat Rick Porcello and the Boston Red Sox, 1-0
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Dombrowski: Sox not looking for starting pitching, could stand pat at deadline
Dave Dombrowski tells reporters in St. Petersburg that the Red Sox aren't looking for starting pitching and could stand pat at the trade deadline.
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Bogaerts back in Red Sox lineup, Bradley Jr. sits
Xander Bogaerts returns to the Red Sox lineup two days after he was hit on the right hand by a pitch. Jackie Bradley Jr. gets the day off.   
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Drellich: Sox still need to seek help at third base via trade
The Red Sox would be taking a big risk if they convince themselves Tzu-Wei Lin’s immediate success is reason to pass on a trade for a third baseman.
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Pedroia, Bradley Jr., Ramirez homer, Red Sox beat Rays, 8-3
Dustin Pedroia, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Hanley Ramirez all homer, Drew Pomeranz wins his third consecutive start, and the Red Sox beat the Rays, 8-3
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Francona remains hospitalized, with no timetable for return
The ex-Red Sox manager spends his third straight day at the Cleveland Clinic, where he has been undergoing tests -- and possibly a procedure -- to resolve the causes of him becoming light-headed over the pas
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Despite Sale's record-setting performance, Rays top Red Sox, 4-1
 Wilson Ramos [1] homers and drives in three against Chris Sale [2] despite the All-Star's record-setting performance, rookie Jake Faria remains unbeaten, and the Rays beat the Red Sox, 4-1. [1] http://sta
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Xander Bogaerts leaves game after being hit by pitch
Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts [1] left Thursday night's game in the first inning after being hit just above the right wrist by a pitch from Jake Faria of the Tampa Bay Rays. [1] http://stats.csn
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Moustakas elected over Bogaerts to All-Star team
Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner [1] and Kansas City third baseman Mike Moustakas [2] have been elected to the All-Star Game in online voting for the final initial roster spots. [1] http://s
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Carrabis: Price 'very protective' of Red Sox clubhouse
After David Price's latest spat with a media member, Jared Carrabis explains why the Red Sox pitcher has been so confrontational. 
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Cashner cools Red Sox; Rangers avoid sweep with 8-2 victory
Andrew Cashner [1] held a hot Boston lineup hitless into the sixth inning, Rougned Odor [2] hit an early two-run homer and the Texas Rangers ended the longest winning streak in the majors at six games with a
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Top 10 free agent signings in Boston sports history
For the second straight offseason, the Celtics have landed a top free agent, but will Gordon Hayward go down as one of Boston's best free-agent signings ever? Here's his competition.  
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Price: 'I was standing up for my teammates'
David Price explains why he confronted Dennis Eckersley on the Red Sox plane last week.
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Benintendi leads Red Sox to sixth straight win, 11-4 over Rangers
The Red Sox stretch the longest winning streak in the majors to six games with an 11-4 victory over the Texas Rangers
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Arizona Diamonodbacks manager Torey Lovullo (left) and GM Mike Hazen.
Red Sox West? Lovullo and Hazen have Diamondbacks among N.L.'s best
The Diamondbacks have gone from a 69-win team to near the top of the N.L. West. Ex-Red Sox' brain trust Torey Lovullo and Mike Hazen are a big reason why.  
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Who wore it better? Jeter's flip or Pedroia's?
Dustin Pedroia's bare-handed catch and throw in the Red Sox 11-inning victory over the Rangers drew instant comparison's to Derek Jeter's flip play and might be the best defensive play Pedroia has ever made.
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Kimbrel blows save but Red Sox rally in 11th for fifth straight win, 7-5
Andrew Benintendi bloops a two-run single over a drawn-in infield in the 11th inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Texas Rangers, 7-5
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Mookie Betts replacing injured Mike Trout as All-Star starter
Mike Trout will miss the All-Star Game while rehabilitating his left thumb and be replaced in the starting lineup by Boston's Mookie Betts.
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'Never doubt somebody who says they're injured'
Evan Drellich talks to Gary DiSarcina, who's settling in during his first season as Red Sox bench coach.
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Was Price's confrontation with Eckersley over E-Rod criticism?
According to Jim Palmer's tweet - which Dennis Eckersley liked - David Price confronted Eckersley because of the criticism following Eduardo Rodriguez's rehab start.
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Betts, Kimbrel and Sale named to American League All-Star team
In addition to the trio named to the team Sunday night, Xander Bogaerts is one of the candidates in a fan vote for the final roster spot.
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Betts drives in eight as Red Sox complete sweep of Jays, 15-1
Mookie Betts hit two home runs and matched a career-high with eight RBIs to help the Red Sox rout the Blue Jays 15-1 on Sunday.
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Report: Price, Eckersley argument over something said about another player
The disagreement between David Price and Dennis Eckersley was reportedly about something Eckersley said about another player.
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Kansas City Royals pitcher Luke Farrell, son of Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell, hands the ball to Royals manager Ned Yost after Farrell's MLB debut.
Rough MLB debut for John Farrell's son Luke with dad watching
Luke Farrell walks in two runs and allows five runs in 2 2/3 innings in his major league debut with the Royals as his father John Farrell watches.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale delivers against the Toronto Blue Jays at Roger Centre.
Sale's seven shutout innings, 11 K's lead Red Sox past Blue Jays, 7-1
Chris Sale pitched seven shutout innings to win his third straight decision, Xander Bogaerts had three RBI and the Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1 on Saturday.
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Farrell to watch son Luke make MLB debut in Kansas City, DiSarcina will manage Red Sox
John Farrell will be in Kansas City to watch is son Luke make his major league debut on the mound for the Royals today and bench coach Gary DiSarcina will manage the Red Sox in Toronto against the Blue Jays.
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Bogaerts' RBI single in 11th sparks Red Sox to 7-4 win over Jays
Xander Bogaerts hits a tiebreaking single in the 11th inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays, 7-4
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Shaughnessy to Price: 'You don't take on Dennis Eckersley in this town'
Dan Shaughnessy reacts to the reports that David Price had a verbal altercation with Dennis Eckersley.
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Report: Price, Eckersley have 'verbal confrontation' on team flight
David Price reportedly had a "verbal confrontation" with NESN analyst Dennis Eckersley on the Boston Red Sox team flight to Toronto.
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Red Sox release Allen Craig
Acquired in the John Lackey trade, Craig never recaptured the power he had in St. Louis.
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Drellich: A turning point?
Seven starts was a very important marker for David Price a year ago. Maybe it will be that way again.
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Price, Betts, Ramirez lead Red Sox over Twins, 6-3
David Price wins for the second time in three starts, Mookie Betts and Hanley Ramirez hit solo home runs, and the Boston Red Sox rally from a three-run deficit to beat the Minnesota Twins, 6-3
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Carrabis responds to Dombrowski questioning Barstool’s credibility
Jared Carrabis calls into Boston Sports Tonight to react to Dave Dombrowski questioning Barstool Sports' credibility.
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Drellich: Red Sox' offense is what it is for now - and that's second-tier
The Red Sox aren't outslugging anyone and - unless there's a drastic change - it's not going to change. Can pitching fuel a playoff run?
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MLB ump saves woman attempting to jump from Pittsburgh bridge
MLB umpire John Tumpane, with help from two other people, prevents a woman from committing suicide as she attempted to jump off the Roberto Clemente Bridge in Pittsburgh.
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Drellich: Not time to get worried about Porcello
Evan Drellich explains why he is not ready to be concerned about Rick Porcello following a loss to the Twins.
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Porcello loses 10th game as Red Sox fall to Twins, 4-1
Red Sox starter Rick Porcello gave up four runs on six hits in six innings, striking out six and walking two in a losing effort to the Twins.
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Ramirez bothered by right shoulder more than last year
Hanley Ramirez on Wednesday afternoon acknowledged his shoulders are bothering him more this year than last year. 
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Drellich: Pomeranz turns down heat on Dombrowski
Only four A.L. starters have a better ERA since May 25 than Drew Pomeranz, making Dave Dombrowski's trade for him look better and better.
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Francona misses second game this month because of health issues
Ex-Red Sox manager Terry Francona missed the Indians' Tuesday night game against Texas after his second trip to the hospital this month.
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Red Sox move into first place with rain-delayed, 9-3 win over Twins
Chris Young hits a three-run homer and Christian Vazquez homers for the first time in more than a year as the Red Sox rout the Twins 9-2 on Tuesday night
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Drellich: MLB could explain umpire rulings more often
If the NBA can put out Last 2 Minute reports, why can’t MLB provide more regular explanations or reviews of contested calls?
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Hanley Ramirez of the Boston Red Sox in the 2016 ALDS
Drellich: Step up or step out
If Hanley Ramirez -- hitting .202 the past month and out of the lineup again Tuesday -- isn't getting it done at DH, the Red Sox need to look elsewhere.
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Farrell suspended one game for last week's run-in with umpire
Red Sox manager John Farrell will miss Tuesday night's game against the Twins because of a one-game suspension handed down by MLB for his scream-fest with umpire Bill Miller on Saturday.
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Improved Matt Barnes dealing with much more than mechanics
Matt Barnes has been devoted to helping his girlfriend, Chelsea, through the unexpected loss of her father.
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Sale gets 9 Ks, Moreland hits home run as Red Sox beat Twins, 4-1
The Boston Red Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 4-1 on Monday in a matchup of two of the AL's top teams.
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Drellich: Sox don't need Sonny Gray, and they know it
Due diligence is indeed all the Red Sox are up to, a baseball source with knowledge of the team’s thinking told CSNNE.com on Monday.
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Carrabis: Coaches were upset at Farrell's use of Kimbrel
Jared Carrabis says he was told that some Boston Red Sox coaches were not happy with the way John Farrell was over-using Craig Kimbrel, perhaps because he was trying to save his job.
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Angels score three after overturned call, beat Red Sox, 4-2
Los Angeles scored three runs after its challenge overturned an inning-ending double play in the second, leading the Angels to a 4-2 win over the Red Sox.
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Beyond Devers: The Sox farm system halfway into 2017
Red Sox VP of player development Ben Crockett discusses some of the remaining and burgeoning talents the Sox have in their farm system.
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Price not expected to miss next start because of cracked fingernail
Red Sox manager John Farrell indicated David Price is dealing with a cracked fingernail, but isn't expected to miss his next start.
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Price improves command, indicates he's pitching through ailment
David Price makes it sound like he’s dealing with some sort of physical ailment, but was vague.
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Red Sox threaten late, but can't come back in 6-3 loss to Angels
Los Angeles Angels hold off the Boston Red Sox 6-3 on Saturday night.
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John Farrell ejected Saturday night for arguing a balk call
Red Sox manager John Farrell went ballistic Saturday night in the bottom of the sixth inning at Fenway Park, arguing a balk call that led to a run for the Angels
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Drellich: Red Sox could have delivered better message on concussions
Concussions, minor as they can sometimes seem, are not the arena where a manager should deliver anything but a uniform message: tell someone what you’re feeling
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E-Rod slated to start in Double-A Thursday; could return early July
Helped by a custom knee brace, starter Eduardo Rodriguez could make an early July return to the Red Sox if all goes right from here.
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Drellich: Why Ortiz should come around more often
David Ortiz said he had stayed away from visiting the Red Sox because he didn't want to be in the way. He should stop by more often.  
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Ramirez, Leon homer, Red Sox beat Angels 9-4 on Papi's night
Hanley Ramirez and Sandy Leon hit two-run homers and the Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Angels, 9-4
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Ortiz: 'A super honor' to have number retired by Red Sox
David Ortiz’s No. 34 now sits with the Red Sox retired numbers between Boggs’ No. 26 and Jackie Robinson’s No. 42.
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Former Houston Astros right-hander has been claimed off waivers by the Boston Red Sox.
Red Sox claim RHP Fister off waivers, sign INF Peralta
Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski has brought on a pair of former Detroit Tigers in an effort to help the Boston Red Sox’ depth.
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Does uncertainty for Smith mean Red Sox need bullpen help?
Carson Smith’s situation leaves a question of whether the Boston Red Sox will need to pursue help in the bullpen as well.
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Boston Red Sox teammates Dustin Pedroia (15) and David Ortiz.
Roasted: Ortiz apparently thought Pedroia's real first name was Pee Wee
At a raunchy roast for David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia reveals that Big Papi learned Pedroia's real name only two years ago.  
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Is David Ortiz the greatest No. 34 ever?
David Ortiz’ No. 34 is being retired by the Red Sox, but is he the greatest No. 34 ever? If he isn’t, he’s at the very least in the discussion.
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Is David Ortiz the greatest No. 34 ever?
David Ortiz’ No. 34 will be retired by the Red Sox tonight, but is he the greatest No. 34 ever? If he isn’t, he’s at the very least in the discussion.
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Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
Report: Third base among 'major upgrades' Red Sox seek by trade deadline
Pablo Sandoval's days with the Red Sox appear numbered. So, it's no surprise that landing a third baseman at the trade deadline is a priority, as MLB.com reports.
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Drellich: Red Sox' talent drowning out lack of identity
While the Red Sox have searched for an identity and gotten sidetracked by sideshows, they still remain among the best teams in baseball.  
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Perez's eighth-inning slam, after three walks, lifts Royals over Red Sox, 6-4
The Red Sox bullpen, trying to protect a 4-2 lead, walks the first three batters in the eighth and then allows a grand slam to Salvador Perez as the Sox fall to the Royals, 6-4.
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David Ortiz (34) and former Boston Red Sox teammate Pedro Martinez.
How lobster led the Red Sox to David Ortiz
As David Ortiz prepares to have his number retired Friday night, Pedro Martinez, in a Players' Tribune piece, recalls how his dinner with Big Papi changed the fortunes of the Red Sox.  
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Red Sox move into first place with 8-3 romp over Royals
Chris Sale shuts down the Royals, and a rag-tag bunch of Red Sox filling in for injured starters pound their way to an 8-3 victory
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Red Sox place Pablo Sandoval on DL with ear infection
The team places the veteran third baseman on the 10-day DL with a left inner ear infection. 
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Merrifield, Hammel help Royals to 4-2 victory over Red Sox
Whit Merrifield [1] drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, Eric Hosmer [2] hit a two-run homer and the Kansas City Royals beat the Boston Red Sox 4-2 on Monday night for their eighth win in nine ga
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Pedroia (back) out of lineup Monday
Pedroia suffered the injury during Sunday’s 6-5 win over the Astros.
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Bogaerts homers twice as Sox beat Astros, pull into tie for first
Xander Bogaerts hits two home runs, leading the Red Sox to a 6-5 win in Houston that pulls them into a first-place tie with the Yankees in the A.L. East.
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Baseball Show podcast: What would it take to sign Betts?
Mookie Betts reportedly turned down contract extension talks with the Red Sox. What kind of deal would it take to lock him up long term?
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Merloni: Trade for Thornburg looks like an 'absolute mess'
The Red Sox have announced that Tyler Thornburg will be out the remainder of the season and Lou Merloni says that trade is not looking good for Boston.
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Is it time to worry about Rick Porcello’s struggles?
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis break down the struggles of Rick Porcello this season and what is going wrong with him.
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Clay Buchholz explains how he handled Boston
Now in Philadelphia and recovering from surgery, Clay Buchholz tells how to cope with the spotlight that comes with playing for the Red Sox.
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Altuve, Beltran homer in Astros' 7-1 win over Red Sox
Jose Altuve [1] hit a solo homer, Carlos Beltran [2] had a two-run shot and three RBIs, and the Houston Astros beat the Boston Red Sox 7-1 on Saturday night. [1] http://stats.csnne.com/mlb/players.asp?id=8
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Betts' eighth-inning homer leads Red Sox over Astros, 2-1
Mookie Betts hit a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning, sending the Red Sox over the Astros 2-1 Friday night.
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Cy Young winners Porcello, Keuchel face similar challenges
In a way, Dallas Keuchel, the 2015 Cy Young winner, was Rick Porcello before Porcello.
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PODCAST: Astros manager AJ Hinch talks about upcoming "measuring stick" series with the Red Sox
Evan Drellich talks with Astros Manager A.J. Hinch about the upcoming weekend series with the Red Sox, how he handles his bullpen and lineup and compares sinker-ballers Dallas Keuchel and Rick Porcello.
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Former Boston Red Sox infielder John Valentin in 1999.
Former Red Sox infielder John Valentin, mother injured in car crash
Former Red Sox infielder John Valentin and his mom were injured when the SUV he was driving crashed into a building in New Jersey.
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Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas.
Heyman: Could Red Sox trade for Royals' 3B Mike Moustakas?
Jon Heyman of Fanrag Sports talks to Toucher & Rich about their Pablo Sandoval problem at third base and brings up a few names the Red Sox might trade for, including Royals' Mike Moustakas.
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Drellich: Is there more to Farrell's decision to not pinch hit for Sandoval?
It’s sink or swim time for Pablo Sandoval. Dave Dombrowski seems to want the third baseman to have that chance. Well, John Farrell's letting him play.
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Kelly's pinch-hit leads Phillies past Sale, Red Sox, 1-0
Pinch-hitter Ty Kelly doubles home the only run in the eighth inning of a pitchers' duel between Nick Pivetta and Chris Sale, giving the Phillies a 1-0 victory over the Red Sox.
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Alarm goes off in Citizens Bank Park during Sale's start
Warning lights flashed in the stadium and a message displayed on the screen for fans to exit the stadium and use the elevator.
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Drellich: A lesson for Dombrowski to learn with Thornburg, Smith trades
The lesson for Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski is simple: stop paying high prices for set-up men. Stop pursuing them at peak value.
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Smith's progress hinges on medical exam in Boston
With Tyler Thornburg done for the season, all eyes for bullpen help turn to Carson Smith.
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Thornburg to undergo shoulder surgery, out for remainder of season
Tyler Thornburg, sidelined since spring training because of shoulder woes, will be operated on Friday in St. Louis and won't return until 2018.
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Mock up of Dustin Pedroia's Boston Red Sox nickname jerseys for Aug. 25-27, 2017.
Report: MLB players allowed to have nicknames on uniforms for one weekend
MLB will relax its uniform rules Aug. 25-27 and allow players to put nicknames on jerseys, wear fluorescent-colored shoes and other changes, Yahoo Sports reports.
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Report: Betts, Sox talked long-term deal but he opted to go year to year
The Red Sox approached Mookie Betts about a long-term contract in the offseason but the right fielder said he's comfortable going year to year, Jon Heyman of FanRagSports.com reports.  
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Hanley Ramirez on playing first base: 'Any time'
Hanley Ramirez says he 'was like a little kid' at first base in the Red Sox' win over the Phillies, and will play there whenver he's asked. 'Anything to help the team win.'
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Drellich: Getting the job done
Less than 48 hours away from a weekend series with the best team in baseball, the Red Sox are playing as well as they have this season.
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Betts homers twice to lift Red Sox over Phillies, 7-3
Mookie Betts homers twice and Xander Bogaerts has three RBIs to help the Boston Red Sox beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 7-3
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Johnson 'not worried' about shoulder, but heads back to Boston for tests
Brian Johnson is pulled in the third inning at Citizens Bank Park because of what the Red Sox called left shoulder discomfort.
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Farrell, Ramirez deserve credit for Hanley playing first base
The fact that Hanley Ramirez is in the lineup Wednesday, at first base, in a National League stadium, is reason enough to give both men credit.
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Red Sox outlast Phillies 4-3 in 12 innings
Andrew Benintendi singles to right in the 12th inning driving in the winning run as the Boston Red Sox outlast the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-3
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Price manages six innings without command in 2017 Fenway debut
David Price kept Tuesday night's game in control even without his command.
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Sandoval's future lies in Dombrowski's hands
John Farrell says Pablo Sandoval is not a burden, on a day Josh Rutledge started at third base in place of Sandoval for a fourth straight game.
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Red Sox say little about Thornburg's injury
The Red Sox's situation with reliever Tyler Thornburg's shoulder injury isn't getting any clearer.
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Red Sox offense matches preseason vision, at least for a night
Monday night is the closest thing this season to the ideal vision of the Sox offense. Not in terms of total output and runs scored, but contributors.
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Pedroia's 11th-inning single lifts Red Sox over Phillies, 6-5
Dustin Pedroia singles home the winning run in the 11th inning to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 6-5 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night.
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Red Sox select RHP Houck with No. 24 pick in MLB Draft
The Red Sox’ top pick in the 2017 draft Monday night was a college right-hander who has touched 98 mph, junior Tanner Houck of Missouri, at No. 24 overall.
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Pablo Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez leave many questions
Hanley Ramirez is the greatest mystery on the Boston Red Sox, but he's not their biggest problem
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Jim Murray: MLB's message to fans is basically ‘we hate you’
The 4 hours and 6 minutes it took to play Sunday's game push the Felger & Mazz crew over the edge about MLB's excruciating pace of play.
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Jerry Remy announces his cancer has returned
Remy has been in and out of the broadcast booth as he has battled lung cancer over the years. 
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Rutledge's time away from third base better prepared him
A month of work has better positioned Josh Rutledge for one of the hardest positions at third base.
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Tigers avert sweep as Upton's grand slam sinks Red Sox, 8-3
Justin Upton breaks open a close game with a fifth-inning grand slam as the Tigers salvage the final game of their weekend series in Boston, 8-3.
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Merloni: Farrell showed no leadership during Price situation with the media
Evan Drellich discusses the situation that happened between himself and David Price and Lou Merloni says John Farrell was irresponsible by not addressing the Price vs. media situation.
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Report: Red Sox scouting Royals reliever Mike Minor
The Red Sox are one of several teams reportedly scouting Royals relief pitcher Mike Minor.
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Sale wins seventh straight decision; Red Sox beat Tigers, 11-3
Chris Sale outlasts Detroit's Justin Verlander to win his seventh straight decision, and the Red Sox pull away late to beat the Tigers, 11-3
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Sandoval sits as Sale faces Verlander at Fenway
Pablo Sandoval is out of the Red Sox starting lineup as they look to make it two in a row over the Detroit Tigers tonight a matchup of aces - Justin Verlander vs. Chris Sale.  
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Hembree, Barnes among Red Sox relievers proving reliability
Matt Barnes and Heath Hembree both had excellent stretches in 2016, have they now reached the next level in 2017?
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Jackie Bradley Jr. rallies Red Sox to 5-3 win over Tigers
Jackie Bradley Jr. hits a two-run homer in the eighth as the Red Sox rally for three runs in the inning and beat the Detroit Tigers 5-3 on Friday night.
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Farrell says there's 'absolutely no accountability' with tweets
Evan Drellich joins Boston Sports Tonight to react to John Farrell saying 'When tweets are sent out by whomever, there's absolutely no accountability"
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Felger: Why Price will opt out of contract after 2018
Mike Felger thinks it is an easy decision for David Price to opt out of his contract with the Boston Red Sox after 2018.
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Boston Red Sox first baseman Sam Travis (left) and second baseman Dustin Pedroia.
Red Sox send Travis back to Pawtucket; Pedroia returns to lineup
With Dustin Pedroia coming off the disabled list and returning to the Red Sox lineup tonight, first baseman Sam Travis has been optioned back to Triple-A Pawtucket.  
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